Erwin Erhardt

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Erwin Erhardt, PhD

Associate Professor - Educator, Department of Economics

323 Carl H. Lindner Hall

513-556-2624

Erwin Erhardt, III, is an Associate Professor - Educator in the Economics Department at the Carl H. Lindner College of Business. The 2014-15 academic year, marked his 25 year in university teaching.

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Teaching Interest

Introduction to Micro and Macro Economics; Economic Development; History of Economic Thought; Comparative Economic Systems

Research Interest

Research interest include Economic Development and EU Political and Economic Integration.

History

Institution: University of Cincinnati

Title: Associate Professor - Educator

Institution: University of Cincinnati

Title: Adjunct Assistant Professor of Economics

End Date: 2014-12-31

Institution: Thomas More College

Title: Professor of History and Economics

End Date: 2014-12-31

Institution: Covington Catholic High School

Title: Teacher

End Date: 1989-12-31

Institution: Thomas More College

Title: Adjunct Instructor

End Date: 1987-12-31

Institution: College of Mount St. Joseph

Title: Adjunct Instructor

End Date: 1983-12-31

Institution: St. Gertrude School (Madiera, OH)

Title: Teacher & Social Studies Dept Chair

End Date: 1980-12-31

Assignments

Director of Undergraduate Studies Responsible for recruitment, retention, and advising to Economics/Business Economics Majors

Dates: 2014-08-15

Awards | Honors

Organization: President's Office

Name: President's Outstanding Adjunct Faculty Member Award

Year Received: 2014

Organization: Carl H. Lindner College of Business

Name: Outstanding Adjunct of the Year Award

Year Received: 2013

Organization: Department of Athletics

Name: Department of Athletics Advisory Council's Legion of Excellence Student-Athlete Faculty Impact Award

Year Received: 2012

Organization: University of Cincinnati

Name: The McMicken Dean's Distinguished Adjunct Performance Award

Year Received: 2007

Education

Institution: University of Cincinnati

Location: Cincinnati, OH

Major: History

Completed: 1996

Degree: Ph D

Institution: University of Cincinnati

Location: Cincinnati, OH

Major: History

Completed: 1981

Degree: MA

Institution: Thomas More College

Location: Crestview Hills, KY

Completed: 1979

Degree: BA

Published Contributions

Erwin Erhardt,  (2016). Lawrence Napper, “The Great War in Popular British Cinema of the 1920’s: before Journey’s End.” . in the Historical Journal of Film, Radio and Television 2016) , 2.

Erwin Erhardt,  (2016). Brooklyn (2015) Directed by John Crowley Distributed by Fox Searchlight Pictures 111 minutes. Film and History, pp. 113-114.

Erwin Erhardt,  (2015). Polish Cinema in a Transnational Context. Historical Journal of Film Radio and Television.

Erwin Erhardt,  (2014). The Holiday and British Film. Historical Journal of Film, Radio, and Television.

Erwin Erhardt,  (2013). Documentary in a Changing State: Ireland since the 1990s. Cork: Cork University Press.

Erwin Erhardt,  (2013). Political Theory of the European Union. University's Reviews and Critical Commentary: a Forum for Research and Commentary on Europe.

Erwin Erhardt,  (2012). The Food Companions: Cinema and Consumption in Wartime Britain. Historical Journal of Film, Radio, and Television.

Erwin Erhardt,  (2012). Instructor's Manual to Economics of Development. W.W. Norton & Co.

Erwin Erhardt,  (2010). Angels in the Dust (2007). Film and History.

Erwin Erhardt,  (2008). Growing up in a War-Torn Homeland: American Representations of the Children of French in the War War II TV Series Combat!. DSM Publications, Ltd.

Erwin Erhardt,  (2005). Foreign Films in America: A History . Film and History.

Erwin Erhardt,  (2005). Kerry Segrave's Foreign Films in America: A History. McFarland & Company, Inc.

Erwin Erhardt,  (2004). The Ministry of Information's Films Division: Images and Projections of the Lives of Children in World War II Britain. Children in War: The International Journal of Evacuee and War Child Studies.

Erwin Erhardt,  (2004). The Movie-going Experience, 1968-2001. Film and History.

Erwin Erhardt,  (2004). Children's Time to 'Carry On': Images of Children in the Workers Newsreels of Great Britain During World War II. Children in War: The International Journal of Evacuee and War Child Studies, .

Erwin Erhardt,  (2003). Aging of America and Economic Implications for the United States. University of Cincinnati Web Page, E-Briefings Series.

Erwin Erhardt,  (2002). Courtroom in the Classroom: the Benefits of Mock Trial in a Pre-Law Program. The Southern Association of Pre-Law Advisers' Handbook.

Research in progress

Title: Economic Progress and the Decline in Faith

Description: This paper will examine the growth in wealth and material gain in the west and examine the parallel decline in faith practices that occur. The focus of the NEBA Conference is "Behavioral Economics"

Status: Planning

Research Type: Scholarly

Title: Paraguay’s uncertain future:  uncharted politics and porous borderlands

Description: This paper builds off the economic success story presented on Paraguay last year. It discusses current political, economic, and social challenges facing its new government--including trade, human trafficking, and porous borderland.

Status: On-Going

Research Type: Scholarly

Title: The Discontent Within:  Can Emmanuel Macron Save the E.U.?

Description: This paper will overview the political and economic "ruptures" occurring within the E.U. It will examine Emmnauel Macron's proposals for 'righting' the E.U and consider their viability.

Status: On-Going

Research Type: Scholarly

Title: “Dr. Robert Smith, MD:  A Pioneer in Family Medicine at the University of Cincinnati,”

Description: This paper was recommended for publication in the conference journal. I have since interviewed Dr. Smith one more time, and need to interview Dr. Philip Diller, UC Family Medicine, who was an early student of Dr. Smith's. Following this interview, I will be submitting the paper for publication (October 2017 projected)

Status: On-Going

Research Type: Scholarly

Presentations

Title: Madness and Civilization:  'The Hospital' (1971)

Organization: Psy Arts

Location: Dubrovnik, Croatia

Year: 2018

Title: Televised Representations of the Federal Bureau of Investigation:  From 'The F.B.I.' (1965-74) to 'Criminal Minds' (2005-Present).

Organization: Université Paris 2 - Panthéon-Assas

Location: Melum, France

Year: 2018

Title: The Economics of Uruguay's Agricultural Transformation

Organization: American Economic Association

Location: Evanston, Illinois

Year: 2018

Title: The Peace of Brest-Litovsk:  A Reconsideration of its Impact and Legacy -- 100 years later,

Organization: Indiana Association of Historians (IAH)

Location: University of Indianapolis, Indiana

Year: 2018

Title: The Practice of Family Medicine:  The Next Generation (1990-Present)

Organization: SAHMS

Location: University of Augusta, Georgia

Year: 2018

Title: Fear of the Red Revolution:  American television culture from the 1950's to the end of the Soviet Empire

Organization: Chestnut Hill College

Location: Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Year: 2017

Title: Romanticism in Television:  Looking Back at the Home in Rural American

Organization: University of Wisconsin--Oshkosh

Location: Milwaukee, Wisconsin

Year: 2017

Title: Economic Nationalism vs. European Centralism:  Poland and Hungary vs. the European Union

Organization: University of Nebraska--Omaha

Location: Omaha, Nebraska

Year: 2017

Title: The Aftermath of the Constitutional Crisis:  continued Economic Progress in Paraguay

Organization: Ohio Association for Economists and Political Scientists (OAEPS)

Location: Heidelberg University, Tiffin, OH

Year: 2017

Title: The Eastern E.U. Challenge:  The Political-Economic Shift in Hungary and Poland

Organization: Council for European Studies

Location: University of Glasgow, Scotland, UK

Year: 2017

Title:  Lawyers, Violence and the Law:  the evolving presentation of cases of courtroom violence in American television, 1955-1975

Organization: IAMHIST

Location: University of Paris II, France

Year: 2017

Title: The 'Drama' of Psychology:  NBC's "The 11th Hour" (1962-1964)

Organization: 34th International Conference on Psychology and the Arts

Location: Palermo, Italy

Year: 2017

Title: "A New Road to Economic Growth:  Structural Changes in Paraguay"

Organization: MEA

Location: Cincinnati, Ohio

Year: 2017

Title: "Dr. Robert Smith, MD:  A Pioneer in Family Medicine"

Organization: SAHMS

Location: Coastal Carolina University, Conway, SC

Year: 2017

Title: "Cultivating Literacy through Biblical Instruction:  Hannah More of England (1745-1833)"

Organization: Indiana Association of Historians

Location: Ivy Tech, Lafayette, Indiana

Year: 2017

Title: “Forty-Five Years Later:  A Reconsideration of the Representations of Nicholas II and Vladimir Lenin in Nicholas and Alexandra (1971)

Organization: Film and History League

Location: Milwaukee, Wisconsin

Year: 2016

Title: “The U.K. and the European Union:  Economic Implications Following the June Referendum.”

Organization: University of Nebraska--Omaha

Location: Omaha, Nebraska

Year: 2016

Title: “Dangerous Liaisons:  The Economic Implications of China’s ‘Venezuelan Card”

Organization: OAEPS

Location: Northern Kentucky University

Year: 2016

Title: "The Rebel:  Reconnecting the Past with the Present--100 Years Later"

Organization: NECS

Location: University of Potsdam, Germany

Year: 2016

Title: "Madness in 'Western" Civilization:  Images from "The Big Valley," 1965-1969

Organization: PsyArts

Location: Champagne-Ardenne, France

Year: 2016

Title: “A Failed Socialist Experiment:  Venezuela's Economic Crisis,”

Organization: MEA

Location: Evanston, Illinois

Year: 2016

Title: “The Swinging Pendulum of the Asylum Reform in California:  From the Post-Civil War Era to the Present”

Organization: SAHMS

Location: UNLV, Las Vegas, Nevada

Year: 2016

Title: Johnny Yuma, The Rebel:  A parallel life to its star, Nick Adams?

Organization: Film and History League

Location: Madison, Wisconsin

Year: 2015

Title: West Point:  Family Upbringing, Pride, and Honor at the Academy

Location: Madison, Wisconsin

Year: 2015

Title: Reality Macroeconomics:  Employing "Breaking News" from The Wall Street Journal in Macroeconomics Classes

Location: St. Louis, Missouri

Year: 2015

Title: Cameron's Comeback:  Economic Considerations in the Surprisingly Conservative Victory in the UK Elections, 2015

Organization: University of Nebraska-Omaha

Location: Omaha, Nebraska

Year: 2015

Title: War and post-War Austria:  the Remembrances of Wolfgang Mayer

Organization: University of Nebraska-Omaha

Location: Omaha, Nebraska

Year: 2015

Title: The Economic Impact of the Boko Haram Insurgency on the Nigerian Economy

Organization: Walsh University

Location: North Canton, Ohio

Year: 2015

Title: Issues with Pre-Law Advising

Organization: University of Richmond/College of William and Mary

Location: Richmond, Virginia/Williamsburg, Virginia

Year: 2015

Title: The Psychology of Irrational Economic Behavior in the film Local Hero

Location: Malta, Italy

Year: 2015

Title: Race Among the Ruins:  Will NATO's Enlargement Include Montenegro, Macedonia, and Bosnia-Herzegovina?

Organization: Columbia University

Location: Paris, France

Year: 2015

Title: The Engineer's Club of Dayton:  Economic Challenges into the 21st Century

Location: Reykjavik, Iceland

Year: 2015

Title: Montenegro's Journey toward Integration with NATO

Organization: University of Nebraska-Omaha

Location: Omaha, Nebraska

Year: 2014

Title: The Economic and Social Consequences of Austerity on the Population of Greece

Organization: University of Nebraska-Omaha

Location: Omaha, Nebraska

Year: 2014

Title: After the Political Crisis:  The Resumption of International Development Aid to Madagascar

Organization: University of Nebraska-Omaha

Location: Omaha, Nebraska

Year: 2014

Title: A New Scientific Approach:  The Care and Rehabilitation of Juvenile Delinquents in World War II Scotland

Organization: St. Louis College of Pharmacy

Location: St. Louis, Missouri

Year: 2014

Title: Bangladesh:  Reforms and Reckoning after the Factory Collapse

Organization: University of Nebraska-Omaha

Location: Omaha, Nebraska

Year: 2013

Title: Memories of an Evacuee in World War II Singapore:  Christine Charlwood and her Family's Remarkable Survival during World War II

Organization: School of Social and Political Sciences of the University of Leicester

Location: United Kingdom

Year: 2013

Title: A Forgotten Child Actor:  Freddie Bartholomew

Organization: University of Leicester

Location: United Kingdom

Year: 2013

Title: A 'New World' Pope:  the Election of Francis I to the Papacy of the Roman Catholic Church

Location: Warsaw, Poland

Year: 2013

Title: Broken Souls:  Foyle's War and the Psychological Impact of War

Organization: University of Porto

Location: Portugal

Year: 2013

Title: One-Hundred Years Later:  Presentations of the Civil War in 1960s' American Television

Organization: Chestnut Hill College

Location: Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Year: 2012

Title: Queen Elizabeth II as Diplomat of Peace and Reconciliation:  Her Diamond Jubilee Visit to Northern Ireland in 2012

Organization: University of Nebraska-Omaha

Location: Omaha, Nebraska

Year: 2012

Title: Newsreels Inspire Manufacturing of Munitions in World War II Britain

Location: Columbus, Ohio

Year: 2012

Title: Reform and Reintegration:  Myanmar Charts path to Greater Political and Economic Freedom

Organization: University of Nebraska-Omaha

Location: Omaha, Nebraska

Year: 2012

Title: Beyond the Edge of Space and Time:  Scientific Exploration, Manipulation, and Consideration of the Past, Present, and Future in The Outer Limits (1963-1965)

Location: Milwaukee, Wisconsin

Year: 2012

Title: From Romanticism to Realism to Reality:  the evolution (or devolution) of American Television since 1970

Organization: Aberystwyth University

Location: Wales, UK

Year: 2012

Title: The James A. Garfield House, Mentor, Ohio:  Living and Vibrant in the 21st Century

Organization: Hanover College

Location: Indiana

Year: 2012

Title: Bridging the Great Divide:  Queen Elizabeth II's historic visit to the Republic of Ireland

Organization: University of Nebraska-Omaha

Location: Omaha, Nebraska

Year: 2011

Title: Scenes from the Front:  Warwork News inspires the workers of Britain to "press on" for final victory during World War II

Location: Milwaukee, Wisconsin

Year: 2011

Title: Peru turns Left:  Election 2011, President Humala, and the Future of the Nation's Economy

Organization: University of Nebraska-Omaha

Location: Omaha, Nebraska

Year: 2011

Title: A Tale of Two Sisters:  From France to England to Singapore and Back

Organization: University of Reading

Location: United Kingdom

Year: 2011

Title: Repressed Memories of War:  Foyle's War and the Exposition of the Unspoken Truths of World War II

Location: Roskilde, Denmark

Year: 2011

Title: From South to North America:  the Growth and Spread of 'Our Lady Guadalupe' as Patroness of the Americas

Location: San Jose, Costa Rica

Year: 2011

Title: A United Kingdom? Trying to Create a Spirit of Unity through the Ministry of Information films of World War II

Organization: Columbia University

Location: Barcelona, Spain

Year: 2011

Title: Expanding Wartime Workers' Output:  The British Government employs Film as a Psychological 'Weapon' to boost Worker Productivity during World War II

Location: Copenhagen, Denmark

Year: 2011

Title: Via Cairo:  Images of the Soviet Front during World War II in the British Imperial Newsreel War Pictorial News

Location: San Antonio, Texas

Year: 2011

Title: The Loretta Young Show:  Setting the Standards for Family, Romance and Love in Post-World War II America

Location: Milwaukee, WI

Year: 2010

Title: The Coalition Government of the U.K.:  Conservatives and Liberal Democrats Join Forces to Confront the Nation's Economic Challenges

Location: Omaha, Nebraska

Year: 2010

Title: Moving from the Past to the Present:  Kenya Ushers in a New Political Era with a New Constitution

Location: Omaha, Nebraska

Year: 2010

Title: War and Rememberence in British Television:  Fictional and Non-Fictional Presentations of World War I and World War II

Location: Minneapolis/St. Paul, MN

Year: 2010

Title: The Rise and Fall of the 'Dream Palaces' in Cincinnati, Ohio

Location: DeMontfort University, Leicester, England

Year: 2010

Title: Juvenile Crime and Rehabilitation in World War II Scotland

Location: Pecs, Hungary

Year: 2010

Title: Remembrances of Children in World War II:  Images of the impact of war upon the youth of Europe in American Television Culture

Year: 2009

Title: The British Government's Response to the Health and Safety Concerns of Coalminers during the Second World War

Organization: The Southern Association for the History of Medicine and Science

Location: Louisville, KY

Year: 2009

Title: Science in the Cinemagazine:  Paul Rotha's Worker and the Warfront and Issues of Health and Science during Wartime Britian

Location: Chicago, IL

Year: 2008

Title: The Balkanization of Serbia? Kosovo's Declaration of Independence and Its Implication for Serbia Future

Location: University of Nebraska, Omaha

Year: 2008

Title: India 2008:  Political and Economic Turbulence on the Road to Modernization

Location: University of Nebraska, Omaha

Year: 2008

Title: George Lucas' "The Young Indiana Jones on DVD:  the Convergence of Televised Historical Entertainment with the Documentary Tradition

Location: Albuquerque, New Mexico

Year: 2008

Title: The Political Transformation of Daniel Ortega:  A New Agenda for Nicaragua's Future?

Location: University of Nebraska, Omaha

Year: 2007

Title: Romania's Road to European Accession and Beyond:  Challenges of Ongoing Development

Location: University of Nebraska, Omaha

Year: 2007

Title: Looking Backward:  American Television Westerns of the 1960s and Their Characterization of 19th Century Irish Immigrants in the Post-Civil War Era

Location: Reykjavik, Iceland

Year: 2007

Title: The Remains of the Day:  Continental Politics in British Life prior to World War II

Location: DeMonfort University, Leicester, United Kingdom

Year: 2007

Title: The British Empire at War:  Scenes and Images of the Colonial Contributions to the War Effort in the Imperial Newsreel War Pictorial News, 1941-1945

Organization: International Association of Media and Historians

Location: University of Amsterdam, The Netherlands

Year: 2007

Title: An Admission of Guilt and Neglect:  the M.O.I. and the Aesthetics of Coal Miner Documentaries during the Second World War

Location: University of Wolverhampton, United Kingdom

Year: 2007

Title: 'Onward Christian Soldiers' Images of Faith and Sacrifice in the World War II Television Series 'Combat!' (1962-1967)

Location: Boston, Massachusetts

Year: 2007

Title: Onward Christian Soilders' Images of Faith and Sacrifice in the World War II Television Series 'Combat!' (1962-1967)

Location: Boston, MA

Year: 2007

Title: "'Our Film':  Inspiring World War II British Workers to Support the Soviet Union"

Location: Northern Kentucky

Year: 2007

Title: The Cold War and Science Fiction Television in 1960s America

Location: Albuquerque, NM

Year: 2007

Title: Documentary Innovator:  Budge Cooper and the 'Children of the City' - Juvenile Delinquency and Rehabilitation in World War II Britian

Location: Dallas, TX

Year: 2006

Title: Growing up in Wartime Britian:  the Life and Experiences of Gordon Odell, 1939-1945

Location: University of Reading, United Kingdom

Year: 2006

Title: Saving our Future:  'setting straight' the Children of the City (1944) for a better Post-War World

Location: Glasgow, Scotland, United Kingdom

Year: 2006

Title: Digging for Victory:  'Propaganda Films for the Agricultural Front during World War II Britian

Location: Hanover College, IN

Year: 2006

Title: The Child Evacuees of World War II:  Their Lives and Experiences during and since the Campaign 'to save Britian's Future'"

Location: Chestnut Hill College, Philadelphia, PA

Year: 2005

Title: Protecting the Lives of Our Future:  The Ministry of Information's Poster Campaign for the Evacuation of Children during World War II Britian

Location: University of Nebraska, Omaha

Year: 2005

Title: War Pictorials News and the Depiction of Native Peoples of the British Empire in World War II

Location: University of Cincinnati, Ohio

Year: 2005

Title: 'Ornamentalism" and the Newsreel War Pictorial News:  How the British Viewed Their Empire during World War II

Location: Dallas/Fort Worth, Texas

Year: 2004

Title: The Balkans and the EU:  Bulgaria and Romania's Journey toward European Integration in 2007

Organization: University of Nebraska-Omaha

Location: Omaha, Nebraska

Year: 2004

Title: Elections 2004-India:  Manmahan Singh, the Congress Coalition, and the Future of Economic Reform

Organization: University of Nebraska-Omaha

Location: Omaha, Nebraska

Year: 2004

Title: The Ministry of Information's Films Division:  Images and Projections of the Lives of Children in World War II Britain

Organization: The University of Reading

Location: United Kingdom

Year: 2004

Title: Children's Time to 'Carry On":  Images of the Youth of Britain in World War II Workers Newsreels

Location: San Antonio, Texas

Year: 2004

Title: Implications of Pride and Prejudice:  Poland, Hungary, and the Czech Republic's Transition into the European Unio

Organization: University of Nebraska-Omaha

Location: Omaha, Nebraska

Year: 2003

Title: A Better Future Implied? British Workers Newsreels during World War II and their Projections of the Post-War World

Organization: The University of Leicester

Location: United Kingdom

Year: 2003

Title: Supporting Soviet Workers and Warriors:  the 'Left' and the Production of Our Film

Organization: Siena College

Location: Loudonville, New York

Year: 2003

Title: A United Kingdom? Issues of National Identity in Working-Class Propaganda Films in World War II Britain

Location: New Orleans, Louisiana

Year: 2003

Title: Mobilizing British Women for Warwork:  Newsreels as a Recruitment Tool During World War II

Organization: University of Nebraska-Omaha

Location: Omaha, Nebraska

Year: 2002

Title: British Working Women during World War II:  Images and Projections in Domestic Newsreel Propaganda

Location: Toronto, Canada

Year: 2002

Title: World War II Britain's Ministry of Information and the Dilema of Pro-Soviet Propoganda

Organization: University of Nebraska-Omaha

Location: Omaha, Nebraska

Year: 2001

Title: Our Film:  Pro-Soviet Propaganda in World War II Britain

Organization: University of Nebraska-Omaha

Location: Omaha, Nebraska

Year: 2000

Title: A British Newsreel for the Allied Troops in the Middle East:  The Ministry of Information's War Pictorial News (1940-1946)

Organization: University of Nebraska-Omaha

Location: Omaha, Nebraska

Year: 1999

Title: Factors Involved in Students' Choices of Law Schools

Location: Park City, Utah

Year: 1998

Title: Mobilizing British Workers for 'Total War':  The Ministry of Supply's Newsreel Production Warwork News, 1942-1945

Organization: University of Nebraska-Omaha

Location: Omaha, Nebraska

Year: 1998

Title: Paul Rotha's Worker and the Warfront:  A Workers Newsreel from the Left in World War II Britain

Organization: University of Nebraska-Omaha

Location: Omaha, Nebraska

Year: 1997

Title: British Wartime Newreels From the Left; Paul Rotha and the Production of Worker and the Warfront

Organization: Austin Peay State University

Location: Clarksville, Tennessee

Year: 1997

Title: Increasing the Supply of 'Weapons for War':  British Factory Newsreels during World War II

Organization: University of Cincinnati

Location: Cincinnati, Ohio

Year: 1997

Title: A Litigious Society:  the Increasing Number of Lawyers and Employment Implications in the United States

Organization: Vanderbilt University

Location: Nashville, Tennessee

Year: 1995

Title: What is the Best Pre-Law Advice? Don't Go?

Organization: Wake Forest University

Location: Winston-Salem, North Carolina

Year: 1994

Title: British Newsreels:  The Workers and the Homefront

Organization: Siena College

Location: Loudenville, New York

Year: 1994